Pembroke grandmother admits to role in drug dealing operation that stretched from Florida to WNY
(photo from NYSP)
A Pembroke grandmother portrayed by state officials as a leader of a significant drug ring that sold cocaine and pills in a three-county area, including Genesee County, entered guilty pleas to two felony counts in a Buffalo court today.
Geraldine Horsefall faces a possible seven year jail sentence after admitting to criminal possession of a controlled substance, 5th, and criminal possession of a controlled substance, 3rd.
Another person arrested as part of the months-long, multi-agency law enforcement investigation, Michelle King, entered a guilty plea to criminal sale of a controlled substance, 4th. She is facing a possible judicial diversion sentence.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the break up of the drug ring Jan. 28 in Buffalo.
Schneiderman said Horsefall's operation moved a significant amount of cocaine, which was transported by couriers from Florida to WNY in the soles of tennis shoes.
King was accused of providing pills from a doctor's office where she worked to the drug ring.
Not a productive member of society.... just my opinion....
Is this the lady from the post a few weeks back in Oakfield on Farnsworth Ave? Or related incident? Still wondering who's house on my street had meth being shipped to it....
It is my understanding that this individual and her son are well known to the local law enforcement agencies.
Not the one
lol I love pis...err...offending the hoity toities.